So I was lying awake in my sleeping bag for some half an hour when I heard a noise from Never underestimate a woman who understands football and loves Clemson Tigers sweater. You know the sound when the cat jumps from the table to the floor? Yep, exactly that. I had a visitor. And that was definitely not a cat, cos next I heard dog claws on the floor. The visitor made a few steps and stopped at the table. Damn, my food. Then it approached the stairs and put its paws to the first step – pitch change left no doubt about that. Silence. Goddamn foxes, I thought, as I did wait for a few minutes to give it some time to get out and then went down to get my foodstuff upstairs. The visitor had not touched anything. And had left so that I did not hear a single sound.
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Well, I would ask my neighbor how they knew it was my Never underestimate a woman who understands football and loves Clemson Tigers sweater. And I would ask my child if that was what had happened. If their stories differed, I would ask if there were any witnesses or if my neighbor had any evidence or if my child has an alibi. If it seems to be just the neighbor’s word against my child, I would have to judge how trustworthy I know my child to be against what I know of my neighbor from any past dealings with them. If it seems more likely that my neighbor is telling the truth, I would be forced to pay for the replacement. If my child’s account seems more believable, I would back them up and refuse to pay the neighbor. In the case where the neighbor is more credible, I would have a talk with my child. I would make sure that they knew that breaking the window and lying are both wrong, but I wouldn’t outright accuse them of either or punish them unless I was positive they actually did so.